Numbers game Young accountants across Scotland are upholding the country’s reputation in the profession after finding their way into a prestigious global ranking.

Campbell Dallas and PwC are among firms with up and coming professionals on their books who have secured places in the Top 100 Young Chartered Accountants in the world. ICAS (Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland) unveiled the names on its latest annual list yesterday, and there were places for three CAs at Campbell Dallas (Jessica Orr, Andrew Rennie and David Booth) and five at PwC (Andrew Brown, Marcus Hang Cheung Cheng, Oscar Mullins, Craig Charles George French and Lauryn Martin).

We trust they will celebrate in style – perhaps by taking part in Eat Out to Help Out before it expires.

They are sailing Loch Duart will be the toast of anglers in the Western Isles following its latest charitable act.

The salmon farming company donated more than £7,300, through its Salmon Pool fund, to help North Uist and South Uist Angling Clubs purchase a brand new accessible boat.

The Wheelyboat Trust, in partnership with the Angling Trust, will supply the new vessel, giving disabled anglers and boating enthusiasts the chance to enjoy the waters of the islands.

Mark Warrington said Loch Duart is “proud that this funding will provide accessibility for all angling enthusiasts on the Uists”.